(, Moscow 1896-1908)
A Russian silver-gilt and shaded cloisonné enamel kovsh, of traditional oval form with a hook shaped handle and raised prow, set with four cabochon-cut chrysoprases, decorated with multi-coloured geometric patterns, stylized flowers and scrolling foliage on polychrome ground, with applied cable borders and drops, circular raised base. Workmaster Feodor Rückert, assayer Ivan Sergeievich Lebedkin in Moscow 1896–1908, 84 standard. Weight c. 196 g. H. 7 cm. L. 18 cm.
Feodor Rückert was workmaster at Fabergé from 1887.